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the arizona territory to california, nevada, alaska and then finally to hollywood? okay so that is how the book begins. and now you have the headline. the writer discovers that wyatt earp was buried in a jewish center which sounded like a parody of something you would read in the obits than something real. let's see if i have got my clicker here. and there is my brother joey. i was the little thing in the crib. aren't i cute? so that was a true story but when i came to this as an adult, what really fascinated me was that the early books about wyatt never mentioned there had any any mrs. earp and in fact if you read the early western books it says that there were no women at all. it was as if men had no mothers, wives or daughters and we didn't hear anything about them. so imagine if you were to write a biography of ronald reagan without mentioning nancy or bill clinton without hillary which covers both sides of the aisle. it's what led me to and i will eventually figure this out, to the real josephine earp. no, no. i may need somebody to help me. clicker. i actually heard in the early
the arizona territory to california, nevada, alaska, and then, finally, the hollywood? okay, so that's how the book begins. and now you have the headline. block writer discovers that wide earp is buried in jewish cemetery which sounds much more like a parody of something you'd read in the onion than something real. let's see if i have my clicker here. voilÀ, and there's my brother, chewy. and i am little thing in the crib. aren't i cute? that was a true story. but when it came to this as an adult, what really fascinated me was that the early books about why it never mentioned that there had been any mrs. earp. in fact if you read some of those early western books it was as if there were no women at all, these men had no mothers or wives or daughters, and we just a new anything about them. so imagine if you were to write a biography of ronald reagan without ever mentioning nancy, or bill clinton without hillary. said i this struck me as pretty amazing. and it's what led me to -- i will eventually figure this out -- to the real mrs. earp. know. no. i may need somebody to click for me. click
with the senator from alaska for up to 30 minutes. the presiding officer: without objection. mr. coons: madam president, senator murkowski of alaska is a strong leader on energy issue shuster and i'm grateful to work with her on the energy and natural resources committee and so in my view it's fitting that we're here today despite representing very different states from quite different regions of the country and different parties, to talk about an issue that we believe can bring us together. republicans and democrats alike can agree that when it comes to american energy, we need a comprehensive, all-of-the-above strategy. that's the only way we're going to succeed in developing secure, homegrown, and affordable sources of energy for our next generation. oil and gas in my view aren't going away any time soon but if renewable sources of energy are going to grow and also become central players in the american energy marketplace, we have to make sure they're operating on a level playing field and right now, the playing field is anything but equal. for nearly 30 years, traditional sources of energ
of alaska it can be a very dangerous place. this video near haines, alaska. this guy has a go-pro on the helmet and rigging up ropes to the snowmobile there. nothing wrong with that machine. when he turns around and walks down the hill a little bit, quickly you realize how lucky the rider of this snowmobile was. >> [ bleep ]. >> and where is that rider? >> the rider jumped off just in time before he went over this very thin snow bridge they call it. you can see that thin layer of snow covering up that crevice. the snowmobile fell in hanging on by the handle bars. >> holy [ bleep ]. >> [ bleep ]. >> cut. >> the whole time this guy is working on this snowmobile he is saying cannot believe how lucky his buddy is. >> how did the guy have this forethought to jump off the thing? >> i don't know how they're going to get it out of there. they call in heavy machinery, even a helicopter, drop a long line down. they hook that long line up to the rigging this guy has just completed tying onto the snowmobile. give the sign. they just pluck this thing right out of that crevice. >> almost hi
developed in the decade ahead. >> etc. talk about alaska for a moment. this department has come under criticism from environmental groups and oil industry when it comes to drilling off the coast of alaska. can you drill safely and yet also aleave the concerns of environmental groups? >> the answer to that is yes. and let me give you an example on the on shore side in alaska, there is a 22 million ack kerr land that is a wonderful ecological resource for the united states. we've taken about 11 million acres of that and that will be managed for conservation. we won't allow development in those 11 million acres. there is another 11 million we've said it will be okay to exemployer for oil and gas there. n terms of the arctic waters in the baltic seas which are the northern most points of alaska and the united states which our vipet is first we need to understand what the resources are that are out there and we need to develop additional seasons. we've ashroud for shell to move forward. we were watching them carefully and we made the determination they weren't ready to do that. we stopped
to there. the story tonight from nbc's mark potter. >> reporter: amid the rugged beauty of tok, alaska, an important long distance delivery is about to be made as an anxious family awaits. >> hi, guys. here's shelby. >> look at him. >> little puppy. >> he's cute. >> reporter: shelby's journey has taken nine days and covered more than 4,500 miles thanks to a kind-hearted trucker named david benz and an animal rescue program known as operation roger. >> thank you very much. >> you guys are so welcome. >> awesome. >> really appreciate it. >> yeah, any time. >> reporter: operation roger was born from hurricane katrina, after trucker sue weiss began to pray for all the pets who'd lost their owners. >> i said, lord, what can i do? i'm just a truck driver. >> reporter: what she did was organize volunteer truckers to transport lost and abused animals to loving homes around the country. and named operation roger after one of her dogs. so far they've delivered nearly 700 pets. shelby, a 5-year-old pekingese was rescued from an abusive home in oklahoma. when an alaska family offered to adopt him,
? >> we here in california used to rely a lot on alaska for our oil. they at one point supplied half of all oil we used in the state. if you look at oil production figures from alaska, they are tanking. they are going down badly. we're down to the point where it is 12% of what we use. >> oil in alaska? >> the north slope production is tapering off like any oilfield. while the rest of the country which is getting all of the fracked oil from north dakota and texas, the less of the country is less dependent. california is becoming more. >> what about china? >> china would be interested in this. this type line expansion, if it goes through, will give canada's oil industry what it wants. an unimpeded conduit. >> thanks for putting the spotlight on it. >>> an old saying that it is not what you know, but who you know. in san francisco politicians that can translate into insiders getting quick approval for pet projects without having to report their lobbying. now, san francisco city attorney dennis herrera is teaming up with board of supervisors president david chiu to strengthen rules and d
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in the future because of his vote against expanding background checks. both of alaska senators have seen a net drop in their approval ratings since their votes against the background check amendment. lisa murkowski down 16 points from the february approval rating. and kelly ayotte, her approval rating has dropped a net 15 points since the last time checked in november. and 50% of new hampshire voters and puolling out last week say her no vote will make them less likely to support her in the future. you can tell how serious these numbers are being taken because in the case of kelly ayotte, the folks at the nra feel they need to provide her with political coverage firming up these radio ads defending her against expanded background checks. >> senator kelly ayotte is focused on meaningful bipartisan solutions to our nation's problems. that's because kelly ayotte is not just a senator, she's also a mom who cares about protecting our kids. it's why kelly had the courage to oppose misguided gun control laws that would not have prevented sandy hook. >> and this remarkable and surprising polling relat
rate programs across the united states. we have a call from ireland and alaska which begs the question how can you be homeless in alaska? but there are. if i were brought to a conference for the police, we'd have a very different point of view. if i was at a conference for the district attorney we might have a different point of view . the nice thing about this program is we are going to have a job. the police are going to arrest these. the attorneys are going to prosecute their cases and the public defenders is going to defend their client and everybody gets to he
in north america. >> wow. >> and so what i'd really to do is to go to alaska, 'cause there's all these, like, cool birds i haven't seen, like crested auklets and eiders and things like that, and i also want to see the northern lights. it's, like, on my bucket list. it's supposed to be a really good year for them. >> well, i would love to get you to alaska for sure. so and you're on your way. $7,500 so far in your bank. 11 away from $1 million. you have all of your lifelines. so far, so good. are you are you ready to keep playing? >> yes. >> audience, are you ready? [cheers and applause] then let's play millionaire. [dramatic musical flourish] ♪ all right, agnes. tear-filled scenes from what acclaimed tv show are frequently recounted on the new tumblr account, the claire danes cry face project? >> well, i actually watch homeland, and she does a really good job of crying. she's crying a lot. so i'm gonna say "c," homeland, final answer. >> i love homeland so much. it's so great. you got it right. [cheers and applause] let's put some money in that bank of yours. $7,000. up to $14,500. r
democrats up for re-election next year including alaska's mark begich voted against taking up a guns bill. >> i vote what's important for alaska. it's not a party decision. it's not conservative versus liberal. >> reporter: in today's nbc news wall street journal poll overall 55% of those surveyed want tighter rules on gun sales. down six points since january in the immediate wake of newtown. the biggest divide on guns is along party lines. 82% of democrats favor stricter gun laws while just 27% of republicans do. >> i am not interested in congress voting on a measure that would have no impact on the horrific violence we have seen in recent months. >> reporter: after victims' families left the senate chamber, some described another set of emotions. >> the tears we had were tears of joy. tears of remembering this is happening and we are here because of what happened to us. >> reporter: we reached out to the national rifle association to get their reaction on today's vote, but got no response. the group has already said it is against any kind of new gun restrictions and will closely watch w
and alaska which begs the question how can you be homeless in alaska? but there are. if i were brought to a conference for the police, we'd have a very different point of view. if i was at a conference for the district attorney we might have a different point of view . the nice thing about this program is we are going to have a job. the police are going to arrest these. the attorneys are going to prosecute their cases and the public defenders is going to defend their client and everybody gets to do their job. they are going to do it legally, ethically, but we ask more that they do it morally. so, if i'm walking down the street and i'm pulling my dog's chain or i leave my dog outside in the cold and i don't feed it and it has health problems or i kick it and make fun of it and treat it harshly, you can arrest me. but i can do that to a person and you think it's okay. i don't think it's okay. jeff got me on the phone and said i want to know more about the program and i talked to him and said this is how it works and he said what's the biggest barrier? i said we have trouble making peopl
: to red state democrats up for re-election next year including alaska's mark begich. voted against taking up a guns bill. >> i vote what's important for alaska. it's not a party decision. it's not a conservative versus liberal. >> reporter: after victims' families left the senate chamber some described another set of emotions. >> the tears that we had were tears of joy, but tears of remembering this is happening, and we're here because of what happened to us. >> that was kelly o'donnell reporting. >>> before we go to your weather forecast, take a look at a massive tornado caught on tape in mississippi. the violent storm system left a trail of destruction and at least three deaths are being blamed on this wicked weather. nbc's bill karins is here. bill, this has been amazing. have we seen the worst of it? >> we have. it's just about over with. we made it through with only a few tornadoes. it wasn't a huge outbreak, but of course that one was powerful enough and that did take the life of one person. now, we had nine official tornado reports yesterday. and a lot of other wind and hail damage
of tok, alaska, an important long-distance delivery is about to be made as an anxious family awaits. >> hi, guys. here's shelby. >> look at him. here you go. >> reporter: shelby's journey has taken nine days and covered more than 4,500 miles. thanks to a kind-hearted trucker named david and an animal rescue program known as "operation roger." "operation roger" was born from hurricane katrina after trucker sue weiss began to pray for all the pets who had lost their owners. >> i said, lord, what can i do? i'm just a truck driver. >> reporter: what she did was organize volunteer truckers to transport lost and abused animals to loving homes around the country. shelby a 5-year-old pekinese was rescued from an abusive home in oklahoma when an alaska family offered to adopt him, operation roger called david who loves dogs and helping people. >> shelby, come on. it's a good way that truck drivers in america can give back to society because, you know, we're not home a lot. >> reporter: well worth the cross-country effort -- >> say cheese. >> cheese. >> reporter: -- to bring shelby home. mark
rescued in alaska. rescued two weeks after the bear's mother was killed by a hunter. native american tribes can hunt clubs sometimes. fish and wildlife said the cub will be sent to -- raised alongside another polar bear cub. allowing the two cubs to play together will make sure they don't get attached their human keepers >> we are following developing innocents for you -- you tube it's shut the shutting down, but is it really. this has some worried on the eve of april fool's day. . >> we'll check in with our meteorologist and see what the workweek will look like. . hello. hello? the words are going this way-there's no way. oh, the lights came on. isn't technology supposed to make life easier? at chase we're pioneering innovations that make banking simple. deposit a check with a photo. pay someone with an email. and bank seamlessly with our award-winning mobile app. take a step forward... and chase what matters. >> we are follow developing news in san francisco. we have just learned from a san francisco symphony spokesman that members of the symphony h
on the discovery channel focusing on the guys who are out there conquering the wild seas of alaska in order to put craps on our plates. and we know it's delicious, don't we? we thank them for their work. it's incredible what these men go through. they're insanely brave and go through all kinds of dangers. they're about to come back for their ninth season. to tell us what we can expect from the show, we have capital yap jonathan hillstrand and scott campbell junior. welcome to the show, guys. this is your ninth season. what's going to be different about this season compared to the last eight seasons? >> it gets crazier because the weather is worse than it's ever been and the crabbing is not very good. almost everyone has a meltdown where there's a fight and guys getting hurt. >> last year we didn't think it would get any worse. we were wrong. >> there's some injuries. >> we have an injury. if i wouldn't have caught it and is realized weight was, the guy would have lost his leg. >> you have to be like a psychiatrist. >> a girlfriend? >> part of this clip shows two guys -- it out. what does stuff lik
away alaska. i don't think we should give up these islands. >> we have huge resources. it is pointless to give them away. why should we? >> all our sea products come from there. we will starve if we give them up. >> they are not starving at the moment. japanese sushi bars have taken the city by storm. whose fish are they? al jazeera, vladivostok. >> the international space station commander posted an groundhich shows huge fires on the russian-mongolian border. it is the latest in a series of pictures he has taken from space. still to come on al jazeera, shanty in spain. we report on the struggle for dignity and one of europe's largest slum cities. -- european politicians discuss new measures hitting the bees. there are other things like , thement weather or pests landscape changing somewhat in new agricultural policies, and also less bee-friendly gardens. there are a lot of things going on. are something to be taken seriously. it is just if there is enough evidence to take this as an issue. take it as a given that the pesticide is banned, what happens next? luis e a reversal in the dec
in alaska when you come visit the station there always appreciate the visit from the folks in d.c. >> thank you, chairman begich. we'll be back. thank you. senator rubio, it's great to appear before you for the first time and this subcommittee. it's my honor to be here to talk about our coast guard and in particular the f.y. 2014 budget. i'd like to begin by thanking all of you for the tremendous support we received over the last year for the f.y. 2013 budget and also the emergency supplemental for hurricane sandy. it enables us to recapitalize our aging fleet, to sustain our front line operations and to care for our people. these were hard-earned gains that i hope to sustain in spite of the uncertain and stormy seas caused by the current fiscal environment. yesterday in boston, the nation began to pay tribute and final respects to those killed in last week's senseless violence. the collective hearts of our coast guard family go out to the people of boston and all the families that have been harmed by this tragedy. but they also go out because the coast guard is a part of that community in
'd be happy to yield to my friend and colleague from alaska. ms. murkowski: mr. president? the presiding officer: the senior senator from alaska is recognized. ms. murkowski: thank you, mr. president. i follow my colleague from oregon, the chairman of the energy committee, here in discussing the qualifications of the nominee for the secretary of the interior, sally jewell. i think we recognize as westerners that this is an appointment, this is a position that has great significance, great meaning to our states, so we pay attention to these nominees. we pay attention to who is secretary of the interior. mr. president, i've taken the position that our responsibility, our constitutional responsibility for advice and consent should begin with very thoughtful questions on our part. and then absent any seriously disqualifying factors, we should conclude with the confirmation of the president's nominees. our obligations to get answers to our questions is always a serious one, and i think the duty weighs most heavily when the interest of our constituents are directly at stake. and i mention the
with alaska and then this week or in alaska, again along the border with russia and then this week we sent a there a pair of bis 2 stealth bombers capable of carrying nuclear weapons all the way from missouri to military exercises over south korea. ed, sensible reaction by the pentagon? or overreaction? >> i think it is a sense isible reaction. and i think in addition to that it would be good for the administration to not only bolster our own missile defense but to support japan and south korea with missile defense. i think to bill's point they are nervous understandably and doing everything we can to reassure them would be helpful and obviously trying to get china to engage in their own region in a way that would be helpful i think with kim jong un would be important, too. >> chris: your thoughts about the u.s. response. what we have done so far and what more we can do? >> i think president obama's approach to north korea throughout his presidency has been essentially not to rise to the bait. i think that has been a good approach so far. i think sending the b 2s sent a strong signal. i th
to the united states than maybe the western portions of alaska. still, that's egregious and that's a threat and it's dangerous. their missile technology, we have a pretty good sense of how that has evolved. we can collect that intelligence through technical means pretty well. the problem is, it's very difficult to do exactly what barbara described without being able to penetrate, get into the facilities, look at what the nuclear development looks like. as you've suggested, anderson, we have been down this road very specifically in our run-up to our operations in iraq. we didn't have human intelligence on the ground in order to walk into these facilities that were acknowledged to have weapons of mass destruction. we have the similar situation here. >> well, i mean, are we talking about not being able to reach the united states, but still, a device then theoretically could reach south korea pretty easily, no? >> well, no, it could. they've got the missile technology, they could launch missiles with no warning that would touch south korea and could possibly even reach japan. that's always been
additional intercepters will be deployed to alaska as reaction to the provocations we've had from north korea. this brings the numbers of alaska to the number of originally planned during the bush administration, i believe, later we deuced by president obama. i have a question to you about this. was the russian government consulted or informed that the united states was considering this decision before the decision was made, and if so, when did that occur? >> the answer is not to my knowledge. it was not russian government who was not consulted in any way, and it was not that decision, that policy was not decided based on any consideration of the russian government. incidentally, i addthat those als not yeally lasted, but some ar in -- california. >> okay. to your tog, they were not cop culted? if the department decides additional missile defense systems were needed to be deployed for the protection of the united states, whether domestically or abroad, would the russian government be consulted or informed before that decision was made? >> well, first, i can't answer for the president. that wo
for the center and the budgeted committee will be taking up this week and we'll be competing with alaska and others large cities for trade shows. yes. but our economic recovery or our economic progress is not just taking place to mission bay or our own downtown i can see it in our commercial corridors and commissioner kim knows that no where that our neighbors are more deserving to the makts place. not even two years ago we offered a break for our payroll tax for businesses who agents to move in and create more jobs. this area in downtown has resisted growth. the results in two years time have been great. room for 5 thousand seven hundred jobs and behold now we're seeing the wisdom of our hard choice. major companies that are growing choosing to move in our district even though there is no reduction in taxes. understand that these changes with those changes come tensions and i know we must deal with the serious exchanges that remain in public safety and street behavior. last friday the first class of our academy 43 new police officers will be hitting our streets. with 20 percent of them
to need him there. he is essential to this progress. >> alaska about gun legislation. about gunto ask legislation. >> i do not see how it will happen in the house if we cannot get it done in the senate. i do not see the house republicans allowing a bill. we need to get it done in the senate. i am hopeful. i do not want to put the burden on them. the members are in the minority. we do not control the system that allows for legislation to be enacted. if we could, we could get the ghost of vote to pass it. >> thank you very much. we are back with our reporters. what is going on and with this gnang? >> there are lots of questions about that. we know more about the senate than we do the house. all of this is fairly certain at this point given the makeup of the senate judiciary committee. the house is a lot more different. you have this gang operating there. they did not even acknowledge publicly that they were in existence, though it was the worst kept secret in washington. while it has blessing from house republican leaders to some extent, it is different for you have the chairman of the
blue, air tran, delta, hawaiian, alaska, frontier and southwest. >> big part of united's low ranking had part to do with its merge with continental that led to computer problems and that led to complaints. >> we are sitting here for 45 minutes waiting for our luggage to arrive. >> reporter: over all airline performance improved year to year, the airlines do seem to be getting the message. consumer editor tom vacar, ktvu channel 2 news. >>> jet blue is set to receive the first american made airbus jet. the airline's ceo made the announcement today from alabama. that factory will create a thousand jobs. they hope to have to new airbus by 2016. jet blue is the largest operator of the airbus plane in the world, 120. >>> demonstrators rallied outside the food and drug administration today calling on them to require foods to be labeled. they like to know when foods have had their genes changed by man. the fda gave tentative to approval last year and is now hearing public comment. >> i want them to label the foods so we could have the knowledg
went down in alaska last night killing three people. >>> for the first time a woman is reportedly a leading contender to take over at the fbi. lisa monaco serves as president obama's counterterrorism adviser. "the washington post" says she's next in line for the job. director robert mueller stepping down in september after 12 years on the job. >>> new york cardinal timothy dolan says the catholic church should be more welcoming to gay people. he tells abc the catholic church loves gays and lesbians despite opposition to same-sex marriage. >> we need to do better to be sure that our defense of marriage is not reduced to an attack on gay people. i admit we haven't been too good on that. >>> and to the island off the southeast coast of africa, massive flooding there. it has killed at least ten people in the catholic city. many of the victims were swept away by fast rising waters. more than six inches of rain fell in less than an hour and more unfortunately is expected. >>> to the world of wall street now. cnbc's jackie deangelis joins us. good morning to you. >> good morning, betty.
was enough to overcome threats of a filibuster, not everyone is on board. senator mark begich of alaska is one two of democrats who voted against moving the bill forward. >> i vote what's important for alaska. it's not a party decision. it's not a conservative versus liberal. my issue is that the base bill that's in front of us now does not show -- it has a lot of issues with it. i'm concerned about the base bill. there's a lot of ideas people have but i haven't seen those amendments. those are a lot of talking points and press releases. what i got to vote on was a cloture vote related to a bill in front of us and that bill does not satisfy alaskans. >> senator john cornyn of texas who also voted to block debate, it's a matter of whether or not the bill will actually accomplish anything. >> i am not interested in congress voting on a measure that would have no impact on the horrific violence we've seen in recent months. the president has told some of these victims' families that this side of the aisle doesn't really care about their loss. that's not true. it's false. the president is wr
for rescue dogs. nbc's mark potter has the rest of the story. >> reporter: amid the rugged beauty of alaska an important long distance delivery is about to be made as an anxious family awaits. >> hi, guys? here's shelby. >> look at him. >> here you go. >> he's cute. >> reporter: shelby's journey took nine days. thanks to a kind hearted trucker named david and an animal rescue program known as operation roger. operation roger was born from hurricane katrina after trucker sue weiss began to pray for all the pets who lost their owners. >> i said, lord what can i do? i'm just a truck driver? >> what she did was organize volunteer truckers to transport lost and abused animals to loving homes around the country. shelby a 5-year-old pekinese was rescued from an abusive home in oklahoma. when an alaska family offered to adopt him, operation roger called david who loves dogs and helping people. >> shelby, come on. >> it's a good way that truck drivers in america can give back to society. we're not home a lot. >> reporter: and well worth the cross-country effort. >> say cheese. >> reporter: to bring
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